Osteoma cutis is the formation of bone in the dermis or subcutis. Depending on the context, these de novo ectopic bone lesions may be classified as primary or secondary osteoma cutis. Primary osteoma cutis is the idiopathic formation of bone. In contrast, secondary osteoma cutis, which is much more common, is bone formation as a potential complication of several acquired disorders, such as severe acne; connective tissue disease; or inherited disorders such as Albright’s hereditary osteodystrophy.
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